Tag Archives: The 1960 Presidential Election

The New Republic: David Greenberg: ‘JFK Was An Unapologetic Liberal’

Source:Twitter– David Greenberg. Source:The New Democrat  “In the fiftieth anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s assassination, the hype—the movies and books and magazine covers, the roundups and reminiscences and retrospectives—is in overdrive. How can America resist another JFK love-in? The popular … Continue reading

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Democratic Media: ‘1960 DNC: John F. Kennedy Teams Up With Rival Lyndon B. Johnson’

Source:Democratic Media– U.S. Senator John F. Kennedy (Democrat, Massachusetts) accepting the 1960 Democratic Party nomination for President, in Los Angeles, California. Source:FRS FreeState  “JFK’s choice of LBJ helps to deliver Texas and shows running mates can help win elections.” From Democratic … Continue reading

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